Everyone, especially women share the same wish as to have flawless and glowing skin, which can completely boost their confidence to the next level. However, it does not work out that way as there are so many skin problems that one might have to counter: redness, acne, large pores and probably the most common one are blackheads. Those who have blackhead will be more likely to face with dark or light brown spots on skin, which is really annoying and irritating when close-up.
What is Blackhead?
Blackheads, as the name it suggested, are small dotted dark spots on your skin, normally around the nose and cheeks areas. Normally, in distance blackheads can not be noticed but when it comes to close-up, they can be really disgusted to see, especially for the people we are talking with. Many people have to face with blackheads, normally around teenage and adult people. There is no exception between men and women, therefore, people have been considering it as the part of our lives and better find a way to get rid of blackheads, not completely but mostly.
In scientific scope, blackheads are known as the name of open comedones. These comedones have yellow bumps and sometimes blacks. Normally, if your skin is clean and clear, they all be released, however, our skin does not work that way, which make them clogged inside the pores, prevent the develop of hair follicles opening. This directly lead to the excessive accumulation of dead cells, sebum and debris on the skin. Over the course of time your pores will gradually open up, causing large pores, paving the way for dirt and excess oil later on.
What Cause Blackheads
Most people have been experienced Blackheads, therefore, it must be a common skin problems, the easy explanation for multiple reasons leading to blackheads. There are so many factors that might lead to blackheads like: unbalanced diet, changes in the hormone and the most deciding one is dehydrated skin (lack of natural moisturize on skin). Some people might think that when skin is oily, we better stop moisturizing it, if you are one of those then you might think again. Once our skin is producing oil, it is the telling sign that we are in high need of moisturizer. Since there is no moisturizer that our skin have to produce oil itself to protect other layers. Once it has to produce too much oil, we might notice excess oil condition and our skin is losing its natural balance. Common parts that normally can be found excess oil as nose, T Zone and chin.
Natural oil and layers of moisturizer play such an important part in our skin. Once we lose that layers of moisturizer protection, chances debris, dirts and dead skin cells are all living in the same condition, go nowhere. As a results, large pores with clogged debris all come a long, turning into a nightmare for our skin.
1. How long does the blackhead last
As getting to know blackheads and factors causing them, we would be likely to find the ways to get rid of this skin issue. The big question is, how long does blackheads last? Well it is easy to figure out that if we do not take actions and fix all the factors causing these blackheads, chances are they will be there almost forever. And if we follow all the natural remedies, be patient with skin care methods, blackheads will end up going away for around 3 or 4 months maximum. There will be stages to treat blackheads namely: re-produce natural oil layer of skin (around 2 or three weeks) – this is very important step to make our skin stronger again, so that we do not have to face with breakout on later stages; getting rid of blackheads (4 – 8 weeks); and cure pimples and dark spots after treating acne (this step might last longer base on our internal hormones and our method).
Let gets going with methods and ways to get rid of blackheads naturally. There are home remedies can help you out in this case. Following are most popular methods, tips that people have been trying and they worked perfectly well on our skin.
2. Exfoliate dead skin
As mentioned, dead skin cells are one of main reasons leading to blackheads. Therefore, it is rightful to exfoliate properly so that they can clear skin, release debris and dirt within the pores. Not for people who have blackheads, our skin needs exfoliating very much as well to help regenerating skin cells. You should exfoliate your skin 2 or 3 times a weeks, depends on the elasticity of your skin. There are several ways to exfoliate your skin at home, following is using sugar and lemon:
- In a bowl, mix sugar with lemon, follow 2:1 ratio.
- Add along a bit of olive oil to avoid dry out skin.
- Rub the paste all over your wash face and gently massage within 2 minutes.
- Rinse off well with warm water and pad your skin dry.
- Of course, you need to follow with your moisturizer as your skin will start to produce oil.
This is the traditional yet perfect method for blackhead skin. Using glare is a brilliant way to tighten the pores, remove dead skin cells and dirt on your face, hence remove blackheads effectively. The way applying this ingredient is simple as well:
- Separate glair with the yolk from eggs, make them in a bowl.
- MIx with a bit honey for antibacterial benefits and apply even layer all over the face.
- Gently massage and wait for the mask to dry out and tighten on your face.
- After 10 minutes, peel the mask then rinse off with warm water, try to gently massage the face before rinsing so that the dirt and debris come out with water.
- Pad the face dry and apply your moisturizer after that.
These are some popular way you can try 2 or three times a week at home to help clean your face to get rid of blackheads. Remember, clean is such an important step if you want to have clear and glowing skin. However,do not overuse skin as it might dry out your skin.
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